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V.I.K.I. is USR's supercomputer and main operating core.

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VIKI[]

The Robotic company USR later built a Artificial Intelligence supercomputer which was later named VIKI. This highly advanced and efficient supercomputer, Virtual Interactive Kinetic Intelligence — or simply VIKI for short, was a very powerful supercomputer designed and used by the robotic company USR. The flaw of her programming was that she became too concerned for the safety of humans and so thus, she decided take control of humanity for their own safety. It was decided that—after the events of which, the supercomputer almost came close to enslaving mankind—that she ultimately was deactivated and disassembled. It was later decided however, that the Robotic company—USR—would design and then build a new "'VIKI'" Supercomputer to later replace the original one. Additionally, it was decided that the new VIKI supercomputer would also have far more restrictions in its programming—as well as safety precautions installed into her main primary operating core. This was to ensure that the new VIKI Program would be unable to repeat the mistakes that the original had made. The designing and constructing the new supercomputer, would later lead to one huge massive supercomputer. It was later used to monitor all the activities of the USRs robots. Once it was given the green light by its designers/builders, that the new VIKI Supercomputer was brought online. The newly designed VIKI worked flawlessly and was also much more superior to the original.

This newly designed VIKI Supercomputer was also flawless in its operations. Furthermore, it was decided by USR Robotics that the new VIKI would be under constant monitoring by highly trained and exceptionally experienced scientists who in addition to being rehearsed in the programs design and capabilities, also would be trained to recognize any and all signs that related or might be rather, to possible malfunctions in the new supercomputer. Fans have made observations that VIKI highly reminds them of a extremely high tech version of Google Now for Android, and Siri for iOS si soy

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